Across The Camel to Stepper -At low tide vast areas of sand reach out towards Stepper Point which acquired its present shape when quarried for roadstone. Red Valerian grows in profusion over much of Cornwall, especially around the coastline where it favours steep banks. walls, quarries, cliffs and rocky places.
Stepper from Polzeath -Polzeath is a large sandy bay of Atlantic Surf on the North Cornish Coast, guarded by Pentire Point and the rocky Island of Newland.
Popular with locals and visitors alike, water activities continue throughout the year.
Original photographs by Henry Grattan and mounted on a white vellum card 148mm x 200mm, left blank inside for your own message and supplied with a white envelope in a cello bag.